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2012 New York City Restaurants (ZAGAT Restaurant Guides)

2012 New York City Restaurants (ZAGAT Restaurant Guides)

2012 New York City Restaurants covers over 2,050 restaurants in all five boroughs. This handy guide contains Zagat’s trusted Ratings and Reviews for New York City restaurants based on the opinions of 38,000 avid diners like you. The trademark reviews and corresponding ratings for Food, Decor, Service and Cost are organized alphabetically in a user friendly format. Use the indexes arranged by cuisine, neighborhood and special features, such as Winning Wine Lists, Celebrity Chef or Romantic Places, to find the perfect restaurant for any occasion.

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Eating & Drinking in Italy: Italian Menu Translator & Restaurant Guide (Open Road’s Eating & Drinking in Italy)

Eating & Drinking in Italy: Italian Menu Translator & Restaurant Guide (Open Road’s Eating & Drinking in Italy)

Nothing can make a trip to Italy more enjoyable and rewarding than a great dining experience—that is, of course, if you know what you’re ordering! This handy, pocket-sized guide helps you navigate Italian menus, in addition to steering you to some great Italian restaurants, bistros, cafes, wine shops, and food markets. Most of the book is a comprehensive menu reader, translating thousands of Italian words into English. There are also sections on restaurant etiquette, a pronunciation guide, English-to-Italian words and phrases, and descriptions of the many different kinds of eating establishments in Italy.

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SOHO RESTAURANT & LOUNGE BAR – ITALY – WWW.SOHORESTAURANT.EU

This new restaurant and “fish works” makes the fashionable best of Genoa’s seafood: a fancy fishmonger’s decorated in black, white and chrome, with tables at which you can sit and sample the best of the day’s catch. Champagne, oysters and sushi are the local favourite for evening “aperitivi” (the place stocks 300 different wines), or there is a full menu served in the venue’s low-lit basement, featuring modern takes on old Genovese favourites such as baccala (salted white fish) with potatoes and tiny Ligurian olives. Details: Via Al Ponte Calvi 20r. Why visit? This underrated port is about to become a film star. A new thriller, simply entitled “Genova” and starring Colin Firth, uses the winding alleys and gothic atmosphere of this Ligurian city to great effect and puts the spotlight on its rich 16th and 17th-century architecture. Genoa is a city defined by its port: a working hub for vast cruise boats and cargo containers. The old town climbs directly out of this watery, industrial heart, a glorious, vertiginous mess of medieval buildings piled up against the base of the steep Apennine mountains it’s no surprise Henry James described it as “the most winding, incoherent of cities”. Four years ago Genoa was named European Capital of Culture, and the positive effects of that can still be seen in the polished port-side buildings. But, for the most part, this city remains reassuringly briny, unpretentious and just a little spooky after dark just the atmosphere for that
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